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Climate change likely to keep hammering Colorado River's biggest reservoirs, model shows
Sep 17, 2020
Projections show an increasing likelihood of official shortage declaration before 2026.
Indigenous activists arrested in demonstration against border wall construction near Quitobaquito Springs
Sep 10, 2020
Two O'odham protesters were arrested for impeding construction in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument.
The risks of severe heat
Sep 4, 2020
The hottest summer in the city’s history came during a global health crisis, leaving many residents at risk for heat-related issues.
'Feels like the end of the world': Tucson grapples with record heat during pandemic
Sep 3, 2020
The desert community has faced both soaring temperatures and life under the coronavirus, as some work to mitigate the impact of a warmer future.
Lots of heat, little rain in Tucson
Aug 18, 2020
Less than an inch of rain when we usually have nearly four inches.
'Hands tied behind our back': Protesters decry border wall construction at San Pedro River
Aug 15, 2020
A few dozen people gathered Friday to protest new border wall going up along Arizona's last free-flowing river.
Border wall groundwater pumping threatens to push endangered species to 'brink of extinction'
Aug 11, 2020
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials worry water pumping will deplete the San Bernardino Valley springs and aquifer.
6 years after Rio Sonora mining spill, contamination continues
Aug 6, 2020
Residents impacted by the spill say neither the mining company nor the government have followed through with promises.
Tortoise regains some protections, as agency agrees to revisit endangered status
Aug 3, 2020
The action resulted from a lawsuit filed last year by conservation groups.
In Colorado, your stool is a tool in the fight against coronavirus
Jul 31, 2020
To track the next coronavirus outbreak, Western states look to the sewers.
Border wall construction heightens environmental concerns in sensitive habitats
Jul 31, 2020
Local residents, a sheriff and a wildlife expert weigh in on the impacts of physical barriers at the southern border.
Scientists: Border wall construction wreaking havoc at Quitobaquito Springs
Jul 30, 2020
More than two dozen ecologists, biologists and hydrologists say the desert oasis is in worse shape than ever.
What living in a world made from chemicals means for "The Sensitives".
Jul 29, 2020
Also on Arizona Spotlight: Jes Baker on making self-love a part of the pandemic; and a Summer 2020 insect update from "The King of Sting", Justin O. Schmidt.
Daily news roundup: No new coronavirus deaths reported by state, impact of census strong in AZ
Jul 27, 2020
Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, July 25.
Work starts on new section of border wall in national wildlife refuge
Jul 24, 2020
North-Dakota-based Fisher Sand and Gravel has broken ground on a $1.3 billion project in southeast Arizona.
'A worst-case scenario': Leaks, dust, water pumping and drought plague Quitobaquito
Jul 23, 2020
Border-hugging spring and its pond are sacred to Hia C-ed O'odham and the Tohono O'odham communities
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